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i'm connell mcshane in new york. see you on the fox business network throughout the week. fox news sunday with john roberts sitting in starts right now. mike pompeo, the cia director in about two seconds. >> i am john roberts and for chris wallace. they have traded insults and threats of war. now the stage is set for direct talks between president trump and with korea's kim jong-un. >> we will continue to apply maximum pressure until north korea at the mmabandons its nuc program once and for all. >> we will discuss with bringing both sides of the table for this unprecedented meeting. and what it says about the president approach to foreign policy. with cii director, mike pompeo. then, president trump lisa wiggle room for allies in his
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announcement of new tariffs on steel and aluminum. >> it will be very fair to other countries especially those that treat us well. >> we will discuss the impact on jobs and the economy with massachusetts senator, elizabeth warren. inher first "fox news sunday" appearance . plus, from the departure of gary cohn. >> in may be a global list, but i still like him. >> to the latest on the mueller investigation and stormy daniels. we will ask our panel about the state of play in the trump white house. alright now on "fox news sunday". hello again from fox news in washington where president trump made bold moves on trade and - - with global implications. over the objections of many and his party, leaving the door open for exemptions for some of the u.s. closest allies. then accepting an invitation to meet with with korea's kim jong-un. >> it would be the first
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face-to-face meeting between the two leaders.while it has the potential to mark a breakthrough, there are plenty of wrists and preconditions before that can happen. >> we are making no concessions and we will not move forward until we see verified actions taken place by north korea. >> secretary of state rex tillerson on a weeklong trip to africa. caught off guard. >> we are a long way from negotiations. i think we should be clear and realistic about it. president trump has said it for some time that he was open to talks. that he would willingly meet with kim jong-un with conditions and the time is right. i think that time has arrived now. >> just a few short months ago, insults were flying between the two leaders with kim calling the president a mentally deranged note card and the present firing back. >> north korea does not make any more threats to the united
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states. they will be met with fire and fury. >>rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself. and for his visionregime . he's a sick puppy. >> no place has been set for what will be a historic meeting. north korea has a rich track record of making promises and then breaking them. we will discuss it all this hour with elizabeth warren and the cia director, mike pompeo. let's begin in washington with director pompeo. welcome back to "fox news sunday", good to see you. >> could to bewith you good to . >> sarah huckabee sanders away concrete viable actions before the meeting takes place.the nsc says she was importing putting preconditions on the meeting but shouldshe be puttin preconditions? >> i think it's important was the fact we step back to see
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how we got to this place. this leader continued to develop their nuclear weapons program. this administration came in. the president talked about putting enormous pressure on the north korean economy and leadership. that gave us this opportunity where kim jong-un now has committed to stopping nuclear testing. stopping missile tests. allowing exercises to go forward. some think that been incredibly contentious in the past. at the same time saying denuclearization, complete, verifiable, irreversible the authorization is a topic for discussion. that's when kim jong-un said i'd like to meet with the president and he decided it was the proper time to begin the conversation. >> should there be preconditions put on the meeting? what do you think kim jong-un needs to do to get that big meeting? >> that's what he needs to do. he can't conduct nuclear testing.
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he has to stop missile production. yes to continue to allow us to perform our military necessary exercises on the peninsula. and then he's got to make sure he leaves on the table that discussion for the nuclear stationdenuclearization. this is something they have never committed to. i had just this weekend to review the history, the cia's history of the negotiations over the last decade. i'll admit it took a few hours with the day's basketball. never before have we had the north koreans in a position where the economy was such such risk and their leadership was under such pressure that they would begin conversations under the terms kim jong-un's conceded to. >> what are we willing to give to him in exchange for conditions? >> nothing. >> are we willing to give a
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guarantee that we are not going to over throw the regime? are we willing to ease sanctions? what are we willing to do? >> these discussions will play out over time.this first meeting is between the leader of north korea, the two people for the decision-makers who will ultimately decide what arraignments are acceptable. but make no mistake about it, while these negotiations are going on, there will be no concessions made. the activity of this demonstration to disrupt the north korean economy, to put pressure on north korea. to galvanize the world from country to middle east to europe and asia racing sanctions on the north korean regime. those will continue we'll see how the talks proceed. >> intelligence experts remind me that the cia does personality profiles of global leaders all the time. what can you tell us about kim jong-un's cia personality profile? >> we know a fair amount about him. we know he is rational in the sense of the response to stimulus.
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we've seen this. we'd watch this industry apply pressure and we've watched them come to the negotiating table. the cia has an important role as these conversations take place. we need to make sure we can inform the president of the history of deceit of this regime where they have committed things and subsequently, we need to make sure we go into the discussion understanding those risks. the nature of kim jong-un himself point he is still a very young leader but clearly in charge of his country. those are the currents kinds of things we can share publicly and president trump is committed to at least having a first conversation. >> the things he said and tweeted about, or those informed by your personality profile of kim or did the president just do it himself? >> the president had in his mind that north korea was an enormous challenge.
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i breathe the president nearly every day we have shared every bit of information we have about the country, its economy of how kim jong-un might react. and how north korea might respond. how the globe might respond. the president has built an enormous coalition aimed at a singular outcome which is the denuclearization of the peninsula. >> so where do they need? >> i don't know. >> what needs to be taken into consideration when discussing where they would meet? i assume they wouldn't me to north korea or the united states. probably not south korea either. geneva, - - as gorbachev and reagan did? >> seems less important where they meet in the substance of the discussion. president trump isn't doing this for theater. he's going to solve a problem. thelocation of the meeting , we'll determine at the exact time. but what's most important is what's discussed and the clarity and strength and
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resolve of this president, this administration to achieve the outcome that american so desperately deserve. >> let's move on to russia. vladimir putin did an interview in which he said he could not care less if russia tried to hack the election because the people doing the hacking were not connected to the kremlin. what does the cia know about that?>> that's false. >> tell me what you know. >> the russians attempted to interview in the united states elections in 2016. they also did so before that. there's a long history of efforts to influence the united states and conduct influence operations against the united states. it was the russians that engage in this. not somebody from outside the country or disconnected. >> when you save questions, questions with ties to the kremlin? >> yes. >> do we know if their efforts actually affected the outcome of the election? >> the intelligence community
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has been clear that is not our role to discuss that. there's not been a single indication that any vote was changed. that ballots were tampered with or that there was any outcome determined by theintelligence c community. we have said it's not our role. >> is it fair to say you don't really know for sure? >> the intelligence community role is very clear. we talk about the things that happened. what the russians did. what the other actors have done historically in the united states to try to impact and influence america. american leaders. that our function. we will stick to that. >> the president said over and over again, last year and in the campaign there was no collusion with the russians. hecontinues to say that. has the csa cia uncovered any evidence to the trunk campaign did collude with russia and try to influence the election? >> there are multiple
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investigations taken place. the cia has cooperated in i don't have anything to add to that discussion. >> vladimir putin brand last week that he is to nuclear weapons that has hypersonic ability. the other nuclear power cruise missile that has virtually unlimited range. is he just blowing smoke or is that true? >> vladimir putin says a lot of things that arewithout foundati. i don't want to comment on the details. there was literally nothing he said in that speech that surprised the intelligence committee community or cia. we are following this closely as our brothers at the department of defense. americans should rest assured we have a very good understanding and that they will continue to be kept safe from threats from vladimir putin. >> if he has such weapons,does change enough the game at all? >> anytime and there is an advance in anyone's weapons systems, america is required to
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make sure we have defenses that respond to them as technology advances. not only weapons systems he described cyber weapons as well. america has a responsibility, thenational security team is fully engaged to make sure we are fully prepared to protect america from whatever regime . >> you mentioned china. the chinese leadership recently made a change. where xi jinping can stay on past a second term. are we headed back to the bad old days of single person leadership? and what are the invitations? >> it's the case that xi jinping has created enormous personal power. he has taken many of the levers of power that were from time to time more dispersed. but from america's perspective, this demonstration has been clear, pushing back against the chinese threat. if you look at the president's national security strategy, it was very clear what the chinese are doing. whether it be on trade or the theft of intellectual property
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or their continued advancement in the east and south china seas. this administration is prepared and engaged in pushing back against the chinese threats so that we can have a good relationship with china in a way the world desperately needs. >> want to finish up with one question about the process. several business writers wrote about it. peter navarro was the white housedirector of trade . talk about the presidents policy, says quote, my function as an economist is to provide the underlying analytics to confirm his, the presidents intuition. his intuition is always right in these matters. the application is the president makes a decision and he finds facts to back it up. does that apply to the intelligence community as well? >> of course not. when it comes to trade, where most focus on the national security pieceof that . we try to inform the presidents
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staff. threats and opportunities presented.the relative cost and we provide those two president trump each and every day in an on garnished way. the president then makes his decision based on those facts. >> director mike pompeo, thanks for joining us today. up next, we will bring in our sunday group to see how the latest grand jury testimony can shape robert mueller's russia probe. only invisalign® clear aligners are made with smarttrack® material to precisely move your teeth to your best smile. see how invisalign® treatment can shape your smile up to 50% faster today at non-drowsy claritin 24 hour relief when allergies occur. day after day, after day. because life should have more wishes and less worries. feel the clarity and live claritin clear.
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meeting is being planned. the world should know this. north korea should know this. all options are on the table. >>john: all options on the
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table. vice president mike pence with the bombshell announcement that president trump will meet with the leader of north korea. now time for our sunday group. jason riley, catherine lucey that covers the white house for the associated press. and charlie hurt, the opinion editor for the washington times. just kidding, it's the best job in the world. this meeting with kim jong-un, is it ever going to happen? >> i think that's the question right now. there's a lot of things we haven't heard about time, place, ground rules. president is clearly signaling at his rally last night and on twitter that he wants to do it but there are folks questioning how is this going to work? >> this is better than shouting insults over twitter at north korea so i think this is an improvement. but the question is, what are we getting in return? what are the concessions we are giving just a meeting?
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for kim jong-un and north korea, the meeting is itself a very big deal. he can use it, propaganda back home on level with the president of the united states. but we don't want him to be allowed to get away with that. we want something in return and it's not clear to me what exactly are getting in return. >> i think one of the scarier questions is not just does the meeting occurred but what happens after the meeting? if they don't arrive at something that is acceptable to the world and to us. where do we go from there? is the only option remaining a military one? >> what strikes me is rex tillerson is very transparent and open and sang as our lead diplomat to the world as secretary of state, we are a long way from negotiations. we just agree to a meeting. it came as a surprise to us says rex tillerson which means
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the trump administration wasn't tapped into the idea. our rhetoric is forcing him to the bargaining table and he's now ready to make a deal. that's not what happened. what happened was very traumatic. i think you were there. the president sticks his head into the briefing room, a big announcement is coming. it's playing to the idea that president trump wants the eyes of the world on him. he will do something hopefully that his predecessors failed to do and he will be able to say, i did it. >>john: jason was talking about how we got here. tim scott of south carolina things president plated pitch perfect all along. >> is what we saw in january and we're seeing the manifestation of it.- - have you deal with the north korean bully? our president is the right person at the right time in the right place. >>john: all of this talk of little rocket man and firing. and all that. it sounds like it was a strategy born of hubris and it worked. >> both the pressure campaign
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and the rhetoric got us to this point. i think the other thing we see and we saw this during that dramatic day on thursday point this speaks to the presidents belief that he as a negotiator can do things differently than past presidents. this idea he says, in his speech at the convention, i alone can fix it. this idea he can take different skills into this conversation that other people can't.>> did you have to do it differently because within the past didn't work? >> true but it's also stillthe case but what we know about the north korean dictator is he doesn't keep his word. he lies frequently. we don't know what will come of this. my concern is the presidents strategy. does he have a strategy going into this? it's not clear to me that he does. all this talk about hubris, i think it was the south korean leader that had the teams
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marching together at the olympics that said i want to have talks. president trump had been saying no. let's put the sanctions. the sanctions however, may have made a difference. >> i think have to give the president credit for not only the sanctions and putting pressure on china but also some of the wild talk. he jokes himself, you're not posted negotiate with the madman. that's kim jong-un's problem, not his. but washington gets bogged down in this analysis paralysis. i do think sometimes whether it's cutting regulations or taxes, tough talk with a lunatic like this, it does break - - >> want to get one issue while we've got the time. the pressure investigation. paul manafort testified not guilty. corey lewandowski testified in gold", a waste of time.
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adam schiff complained he failed to answer questions. snl did a skit - - [indiscernible]. where are we going with this? >> it doesn't seem to be winding down. now we see the white house legal team being beefed up. >> apparently it's not going to happen is when i'm told. moments ago my text message told me it's not going to happen. >>. [laughter] it doesn't like this investigation is winding down. it also doesn't look like mueller is an enclosure to proving collusion with russia. whether it's fraud or business ties, there is still no evidence of any collusion but the drip continues to be a strain on the administration. >> i don't think we know what color knows what he's doing right now exactly.
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which is no little pieces in terms of what he has publicly released and what has leaked out to the press.i think we are a long way of getting a full picture of that investigation. but yes, these continues to shadow this president. >> the fact that mueller seems to be doubling around the edges with the financial dealings as opposed to the core which is collusion. is that a suggestion? if he hasn't found that yet, he's not going to? >> i think we don't know. the big news which was hard to remember because so much happens. samnumber number - - went on every tv channel in america and i'm not going to cooperate with the grand jury and somehow with the threat of jail, he did at the end of the week. he said based on the question, that mueller has something. we don't know if that's it at this point. >> we need to wrap it up. one of my producers said to me the other day, gary cohn, did he resign last year was that tuesday? >> next, elizabeth warren.
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democratic party, known for her progressive ideas and fierce criticism of president trump. the senior senator from massachusetts 's potential candidate in 2020. elizabeth warren joins us now fromboston. welcome to "fox news sunday". good to have you here. >> good to be here. thank you for having me. >> lets her talk first about north korea. you're been very critical of president from the day after he stood up and claimed that kim jong-un was little rocket man. you said quote, trying to bait an unstable dictator is not a strategy that makes america safer. would you now acknowledge after
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the news that came out that the president's combination of tough talk and maximum pressure through international sanctions have come close to bringing north korea to the table? >> i am very glad to see the trump administration turn in the direction of diplomacy. the principal reason for that is because there is no military only solution to north korea. this is not just what i say, this is what our own generals who are experts in the area and responsible for the area say. that means we really do need strong diplomacy here. but these are very complex negotiations. so i'm very concerned about the fact the state department has so many vacancies that much of the staff at the state department has been decimated. we have no ambassador right now to south korea. the assistant secretary in charge of this area, that's another vacant post. this is important because these are the people who know the economy.
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you know the language, who know the history who know our military i am very concerned that the president may be taken advantage of here. i want to see the president succeed. it is important for the defense of the united states. it is important for the security of the entire world. but i'm worried about going into these negotiations without a strategy and without a strong state department to back him up. >> senator lindsey graham who has found himself on the opposite end of the table of president trump many times in terms of opinion, issued a warning to kim jong-un saying if you try to play president trump, that will be the end of you and the end of your regime. senator graham doesn't seem to have any concerns that the president will get played here. why do you? >> one of the things we have to remember is that the kim jong-un family for generations
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now has been hoping for a face-to-face negotiation. with an american president. this is the big prize for them. just being able to be in the same picture the reason for that is the cameras have seen this as an opportunity both to legitimize their dictatorship and to legitimize their nuclear weapons my view inon is before you announce that prize, we need to do is make sure that the north korean regime has made real steps toward freezing their nuclear program and steps toward winding down their nuclear program. not just promises but actual verifiable steps that we in the united states conceived. we shouldshouldn't give the pri
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meeting withpresident unless they've taken those steps. >> how would you suggest that the bed verified? how do you verify something in north korea? >> that's the point. the north koreans have to be willing to open the door. if they are not willing to verify, let's go back to the history we have with north korea. promise after promise after promise, that they have broken. if we let them have a prize just based on a bunch of promises knowing they've broken every promise in the past, then shame on this administration be a shame in the united states. we have to say, you all have to be willing to open up so that we can verify. if they're not willing to do that, then they are not willing to take steps. >> let's move on to trade.
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the president slapped tariffs on steel and aluminum. ahead of the announcement you said quote, the proposed tariffs take the right approach but target a narrow section of the economy and put our allies in the same boat as countries like china that she constantly entrces. all the while the administration ignores the root of the problem. the president start off with exempting mexico and canada and said he'd be open to other exemptions. has he met you halfway here? >> i was very glad to see what the president had done. i have been a critic for a long time about u.s. trade policy. my view is we have negotiated one deal after another that has been great for big multinational corporations and been lousy for american workers. lousy for american small businesses. often, not even good for american consumers. what i'd like to see us do is rethink our whole trade strategy. i'm not afraid of using tariffs as part of that trade strategy. i was glad when after i made that statement that the president distinguished our allies from china and said wait
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a minute, we have to do something different here. but you can't do this as just a little tiny piece of the economy or small piece of the economy. it's got to be part of an overall trade strategy that puts american workers, american small businesses, first. that's what i really want to see. >> is thatnot what the presiden doing? >> he's got to industry industries in front of him. he started out with an announcement that wouldpry appl everyone. enemies and allies alike. it's very much about tariffs but it's also the negotiations for example, have been about things like intellectual property lines. copyrights. >> but he's talking about all of that. let's turn to another subject. >> and i hope he does. >> the banking bill.
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nine years after the stock market hit a low afterthe econo collapse, the senate is poised to go back over my era thinking - - thinking - -. let's hear what you said on the senate floor. >> the senate is on the verge of passing a bill that puts american families in danger of that same devastation all over again. >> one of those 17 democrats supporting that is mark warner who said the bill is mostly focused on community banks and credit unions. my state has lost 30 percent of such institutions. that does not grow the economy particularly in small communities. the implication by virtue of your opposition is you are okay
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with losing community banks and credit unions . >> of course not. we have been an agreement for a very long time. the democrats on the senate banking committee. that we need relief for community banks. if this had been about nothing but community banks, i think it would sail through with very little opposition. but what this bill does is it takes 25 of the 40 largest banks in america. banks that collectively receive $50 billion in taxpayer bailout and nobody went to jail for any part of it. and says let's just treat them like community banks. that's a quarter of $1 trillio , if not a community bank. you don't have to believe me on this. the congressional budget office has said, if this bill goes through, the chances that the american taxpayer will be called on to bail out wall street again go up.that's not where we want to be. this is not good for american
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taxpayers. andit's not good for american consumers. can we pause for one minute to remember , it wasn't just the stock market that went down. millions of people across the country lost their homes. millions lost their jobs. millions lost their retirement savings. we cannot put the american people at risk for this again. particularly, when the banks, all of the banks are making record-breaking profits.our job in congress is not to stand up for quarter trillion dollar wall street banks. our job in congress is to stand up for the american people. >> let's look ahead to the 2018 election and 2020. this is your first appearance on "fox news sunday", i'd like to give you the opportunity right now to declare if you so choose, are you going to run for president in 2020? >> i am not running for president in 2020. i have an election right now in 2018 here in massachusetts. i've been out there talking to folks across the bay state. i just did my 23rd i think it
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is townhall in weymouth on 22nd on friday in springfield. we really have to be in this fight for our democracy as we go forward. it's been an incredible privilege to serve the people of go down to washington and to say i am not here to serve the rich and the powerful. i am not here to fight for in america that works better and better for thinner slice at the top. i'm here to fight for working families. like the kind of family i grew up in. >> i know you are looking ahead to november but opposed to 2020 but indulge me if you would. many people are saying should you choose to run in 2020, one of these groups is the - - massachusetts newspaper that endorsed you in 2012. the issue of your ancestry will come up and they are suggesting you put it to rest", if elizabeth warren should take
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the spit test. a dna test it would permanently resolve the issue by shutting down president trump. would you be willing to take a dna test to put this issue to rest? >> let's start again. i am not running for president. but let me tell you about my family. my mom and dad were born and raised in oklahoma. my daddy was in his teens when he fell in love with my mother. she was a beautiful girl play the piano. he was head over heels in love with her. and wanted to marry her. his family was really opposed to that because she was part native american. eventually, my parents eloped. they survived the great depression. they survived the dustbowl.
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they went through a lot of hard times. they raised three boys, my older brothers all of whom went off to the military. they raised me. it was tough. but they hung together. they hung together for 63 years. i know i am. because of what my mother and my father told me. what my grandmother and my grandfather told me. what all of my aunt and uncles told me and my brothers. it's part of who i am. and no one's ever going to take that away. >> senator warren, we will leave it there. thanks for joining me today and on behalf of chris wallace, please come back. >> i'd love to. >> yogi is a bear. when it comes to hibernating, nobody does it better. he also loves swiping picnic baskets. hee, hee, hee yoooogiiiiiii!! but when it comes to mortgages, he's less confident.
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endanger the lives of our law enforcement officers to promote a radical open borders agenda. >> my response is as follows, how dare you vilify members of our community? >> attorney general jeff sessions and mayor - - battling it out warning her constituents recently of a coming isolated. the trump administration is suing california over its so-called immigration laws. we are back with the panel. the department of justice claims it is unconstitutional for the sanctuary cities to exist. let's listen more of what jeff sessions said on fox news. >> federal law determines immigration policy. the state of california is not entitled to block that activity. >>john: is that att can win?
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>> i think, yeah. i think he's on very solid ground. i support comprehensive immigration reform but in this case, the constitution is very clear. the supreme court has been very clear. california has been trying to block state and local officials and businesses by the way, from cooperating with federal immigration enforcement. i think sessions is on very solid ground here. >> i don't think they're trying to block anybody. the counterargument is an interesting one because remember barack obama when after arizona and the court said as jason indicated, there federal law is to bring in the area of immigration. what california is doing is appealing to 10th amendment protections that are very interesting because this goes back to arguments in the civil war about state supremacy and says, guess what, when it comes to the safety of citizens, we
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do have a right to make the case if we feel this is endangering, immigrant communities will not talk to law enforcement. that will create danger and we will do that. similarly, nonprofits that detain people, have a right to check on them and making sure they are not in dangerous environments. >> you have local law enforcement agencies accepting federal grants to help enforce these laws or to house illegals that are detained. then they are not doing it. that's a real problem. that's not just a 10th amendment thing. >> what about the idea that the mayor is saying to illegal immigrants in our city, watch it. the feds are coming for you. >> the conflict is escalating on both sides and continues right as the president is about to head to california for the first time since he was elected. i'm interested to see what he says when he goes there. he's expected to visit prototypes for the border wall.
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it comes at this moment where the state is at war with the trump administration. >> i can tell you what he's going to say. all of these immigrants, these criminal immigrants they are killing americans. you know the rhetoric. >> i have a question, what happened to daca? >> but he's the one who setthe . march deadline. and then said let's force the democrats to the table and let's make a deal. he's put forward a deal the democrats have rejected and other courts have intervened and said he cannot unilaterally do away with daca at the moment. the question is, where is the pressure for a deal? the democrats right now are counting on the fact they can embarrass president trump. >> let's move ahead to school safety and guns. because the white house is
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announcing a policy later today fox news has confirmed. it includes everything the president has been talking about. he's going to support them. kind of surprising based on what the nra doesn't think supporting the minimum age to buy long guns from 18 to 21. allow some school faculty and staff to be armed. he's banning bump stocks. improved background checks. supports school safety improvement such as the stock school violence act and create a task force to study gun violence. looks like he's willing to go up against the nra on this issue of raising the age. >> i think we need to see the full load of the proposal because i think what is done at the federal versus date level. but yes, he made statements in recent weeks. the nra has been very unhappy with it he's gone back and forth. it's beenhard to tell exactly where this is going to end up .
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>> i am very where he of the one-size-fits-all policy coming out of washington. gun attitudes very lively across this country from the south to the north, west. east rural areas versus urban areas. i do think local officials should be allowed to set policies that will make people in those communities feel better about how we treat guns. >> and they did sign a safety bill,governor rick scott that puts in more gun-control measures. he played blame the federal politicians for not doing anything. >> if you look at the federal government, nothing seems to happen there. here, this is horrible this happen. three weeks and two days ago. we got legislation passed. it's enacted. that's how government should work. you go elect people, you expect them to represent you. get things done. >> washingtons at the moment not doing much. when you look at the patchwork of gun laws across the country.
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>> i intend totend to agree wit on that. we're talking about constitutional rights. if states want to pass laws that infringe upon your constitutional rights, i think the federal government should be involved. but i do think it's interesting in the first couple days after the horrible tragedy, president trump got a lot of heat about talking about arming teachers. which is actually, if you take a breath and step back, a lot of people thinkdon't think that unreasonable thing. even if you wanted to have special training. >> i am very uncomfortable with it. i wish i knew more. because i live in the city. the biggest threat to my lifetime, is one of these thugs driving by with a fun hitting me or my family.let's put my
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objection aside. i just don't know enough. but i know that teachers and police thing, to have teachers armed may not be the best solution point i'm aware of that. >> time for a quick break. we will be right back because all eyes are on tuesday special house election in western pennsylvania. an election both parties the you as an opportunity to show momentum ahead of the midterms and how serious is the stormy daniels scandal. daniels scandal. coming up next. there's littlt for a single dad. and back pain made it hard to sleep and get up on time. then i found aleve pm. the only one to combine a safe sleep aid... the 12 hour pain relieving strength of aleve. i'm back. aleve pm for a better am. i just need some rest. i'm just worried about the house. and taking care of the boys.
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>> i really feel strongly about him. he's an incredible guy. >> the man i am campaigning for today, the highest compliment i can give him or anyone else, he reminds me my son beau biden. >> president trump and beau biden campaigning as a face-off in the special election in the 18th congressional district. technically it will not exist come the end of the year. so why the high profile visits? who's going to win? the democrat or republican and doesn't matter? >> it matters. one thing that's important to remember is is a district that trump won by 20 percentage
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points. should the republicans lose it speaks volumes about republican enthusiasm. >> that's why the rnc has put it in a million. his seven times more than the democrats. they want to protect president trump. >> even if he wins by a small margin the democrats will win by -- will be happy with it. if the democrats were forced to win this amount the democrat should feel very good about the headwinds they are put in place. >> that did the president just when the 18th and pennsylvania with the tariffs? >> that's a huge issue. that's why wondered if this wasn't some sort of head fake to make people think republicans might lose it but in the end they'll wind up winning.
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regardless we know the democrats are enthusiastic. watching trump last night he is in his group again. >> he revealed his theme for 2020, watch this. >> our new slogan when we start running in two years from now is going to be, keep america great! but we can only do that if we elect people who are going to back our agenda. >> in 2018 he's got the slogan, was the democratic? >> i think at the moment it is trip out of here. we've had enough. and i don't know if that is good enough. >> i think democrats have to have a strong message and that's why the tariffs but the democrat and the pens and the republican
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are pro- tariffs. i think with the energy trump has demonstrated he is quite the campaigner and his rallies are still quite the tv show. >> and he wants to be out there. he was all over the place. he was freewheeling and joking. but also he really thinks the tariffs help them in the key midwestern states that carried him to the white house. >> he even came up with a new nickname, lamb the chan. that's terrible this is so childish. >> the moment you have been waiting for. stormy daniels. is this going to stick? >> it is picking up speed. i think it is moved into the mainstream of the new york times
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she's had an interview with anderson cooper. it's not going away. i don't how it will unfold but it has some staying power. >> and trumps approval rating has been taking out. it's another issue that his base does not seem to care a lot about. they seem to be focused on other things but there are serious issues. if there is no relationship than my were their hush payments. >> clearly she wants to get out from the nondisclosure agreement because she sees a big payday. >> people pay people to not talk about things all the time. there's no evidence saying that there is campaign funds used for this. but here's the problem with the democratic approach to donald trump, this guy has been accused of everything under the sun. in a weird way he could stand
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out on fifth avenue and she someone and not nobody would say anything. his supporters are like i don't know if it's true or not. >> it matters in terms of if there is a federal election commission violation. that matters because that will drag things out and keep it a live. while we haven't seen any diminution of white evangelical support for the president the cause of this character flaw people have to be intentionally hypocritical. >> whether he did or didn't have a relationship people who voted for donald trump new what they're getting before they voted for him. >> certainly with is election we saw folks did not budge use easily. >> that's it for today, have a great week will see you next
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sunday. (man) think about it. a man who brings the word of god to more people than any other person in history. (george h.w. bush) a humble farmer's son who helped change the world is a spiritual gift to all of us. (man) would you welcome, please, evangelist, author, educator... of the most influential men in the world. billy graham! dr. billy graham. billy graham. [applause] [applause] (man) who was this man who could preach like this? (billy graham) i cannot save anybody. i'm just an ordinary messenger of the kingdom of god. (larry king) he was a giant. you won't see his likes again. he was unparalleled in my judgment.


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